Saucony Freedom Running Shoe - Men's

Saucony Freedom Running Shoe - Men's
$159.95
Freedom Running Shoe - Men's by Saucony
Price subject to change | SKU: SAU009Q

Saucony Freedom Running Shoe - Men's

If the words "unencumbered" and "liberation" appeal to you, look no further than the Saucony Men's Freedom Running Shoe. Designed to push the limits of energy return, responsive feel underfoot, and cushion, the Freedom touts a one-of-a-kind construction that's bound to keep you coming back for more--mile after mile. What differentiates the Freedom from the rest of the Saucony lineup isn't its flashy colors or heritage-inspired name--no, the unique value of this running shoe lay within its midsole. The Freedom is equipped with a full-length TPU that Saucony has dubbed "Everun." And while Everun certainly isn't a new technology by any means, there's very few other manufacturers (much less other Saucony shoes) that feature a full-length TPU midsole. The practical application of Everun translates into this: 83% more energy return, three times more durability than conventional EVA foam, and more dependable cushioning at cold temperatures. So, if you're keen on long distance running, the Freedom might just be the shoe for you. However, that information is all fine and dandy, but what's a running shoe without an upper or support' The Freedom has a neutral construction, 4mm drop, and caters to runners with high to normal arches, in turn allowing you to make the most of your natural gait. Meanwhile, the Isofit upper consists of a lean mesh material that not only breathes well for passive ventilation as you bring the thunder, but it also provides a snug fit for a barely-there feel. Reflective accents on the Freedom enhance overall visibility when running in low-light conditions, and the reinforced edge at the toe's perimeter doubles down on the shoe's longevity. And, not to mention, the Freedom is equipped with a flexible crystal rubber that's more durable than blown rubber, so you're able to tack on the miles in confidence.

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